Looking for Titans-Bengals NFL playoff game tickets on the secondary market? They're pricey.

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It's been 12 years since Nissan Stadium has a hosted a Tennessee Titans NFL playoff game to full capacity.

The secondary ticket market prices for the Titans' AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday reflect that.

Fans will have to resort to the secondary ticket market, including Ticketmaster's NFL Ticket Exchange team-verified resale, to find tickets for the game. Titans’ director of ticket sales Jim Rice said late Sunday on Twitter that the team has sold out of tickets for the Bengals game as well as a potential AFC Championship Game next week.

On Ticketmaster's NFL Ticket Exchange, as of 10:30 a.m. Friday, the lowest price for Saturday's game is $296.91 a seat, after fees, for a pair of tickets in the corner of the upper deck. 100-level seats start at $459 a seat for a pair.

After fees are added in, the get-in price on StubHub is $319 per seat for a pair of tickets located in the corner of the upper deck. Looking for a 100-level seat? StubHub's cheapest pair of tickets are going for $659 per seat after fees.

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Tennessee Titans fans certainly won't overlook quarterback Joe Burrow and the Bengals this week. But in case fans were saving up for the Titans' first AFC Championship Game at home, get-in prices currently sit at $487.90 for an upper-deck corner seat on Ticketmaster.

While the Titans did host a playoff game last season, a 20-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, it was played in front of a crowd of 14,029, or roughly 21% of capacity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Titans' last home playoff game played in front of a full capacity was on Jan. 10, 2009, a 13-10 loss to the Ravens with 69,143 fans in attendance.

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